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A Butterfly Is Patient

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This introduction to the world of butterflies, filled with stunning illustrations, is "a lovely mix of science and wonder" (Publishers Weekly, starred review).

The creators of the award-winning An Egg Is Quiet and A Seed Is Sleepy have teamed up again to create this gorgeous and informative introduction to the world of butterflies.

From iridescent blue swallowtails and brilliant orange monarchs to the world's tiniest butterfly (Western Pygmy Blue) and the largest (Queen Alexandra's Birdwing), an incredible variety of butterflies are celebrated here, in a book to delight any child.

"Similar butterfly albums abound, but none show these most decorative members of the insect clan to better advantage." —Kirkus Reviews

"Beautiful." —The Wall Street Journal


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Publisher: Chronicle Books LLC

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9781452133126
  • Release date: November 17, 2021

EPUB ebook

  • ISBN: 9781452133126
  • File size: 3308 KB
  • Release date: November 17, 2021

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Formats

OverDrive Read
EPUB ebook

Languages

English

Levels

Lexile® Measure:1040
Text Difficulty:6-8

This introduction to the world of butterflies, filled with stunning illustrations, is "a lovely mix of science and wonder" (Publishers Weekly, starred review).

The creators of the award-winning An Egg Is Quiet and A Seed Is Sleepy have teamed up again to create this gorgeous and informative introduction to the world of butterflies.

From iridescent blue swallowtails and brilliant orange monarchs to the world's tiniest butterfly (Western Pygmy Blue) and the largest (Queen Alexandra's Birdwing), an incredible variety of butterflies are celebrated here, in a book to delight any child.

"Similar butterfly albums abound, but none show these most decorative members of the insect clan to better advantage." —Kirkus Reviews

"Beautiful." —The Wall Street Journal


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